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Amendola likely out vs. Jets
The Patriots knew Danny Amendola's injury history when they signed him this offseason, but they probably hoped he wouldn't miss a game this early in the season. That seems like a given at this point, however, as Amendola is unlikely to play in Thursday night's matchup against the Jets. The Patriots' offense has long been the envy of the league, but Tom Brady may have to make do with mostly inexperienced players if Amendola and the rest of his favorite targets can't stay healthy.
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AFC East Preview -- 2013
Another year, another New England Patriots romp through the AFC East? Perhaps ... or perhaps things will change, after Bill Belichick, Tom Brady & Co. lost top receivers Wes Welker and Brandon Lloyd, saw Rob Gronkowski struggle through injury, and all involved dealt with the fallout from the shocking Aaron Hernandez situation. Most likely to challenge? Perhaps those Miami Dolphins, who made a big splash in free agency as they aim to emerge from their recent malaise. Speaking of malaise, how about them Jets?
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